"Drinkers of the Wind", the Arabian horse and the hunting falcon
Asil (أصيل) is an Arabic word signifying purity, nobility and authenticity that is used to refer to the purebred Arabian horse.
“From the seed of the South Wind was the Arabian formed. Its forelock endowed with victory in battles, a rich spoil placed on its back and in its loins a treasure. It was gifted with flight without wings and predestined to be one of the glories on earth” Ancient legend of the Bedouin of Arabia
Drinkers of the Wind, Katara Arts Centre, Doha, Qatar
Drinkers of the Wind, Showcase Gallery, Dubai
El Asil y El Noble, Kasser Rassu, Marbella, Spain
Asil - the Arabian horse, The Empty Quarter, Dubai
Three Dimensions, National Museum, Bahrain, Manama
Asil - the Arabian horse, Meydan, Dubai, U.A.E.
Asil - the Arabian horse, Zara Centre/Jacaranda, Jordan
Arabhästen, Galleri Hippo, Stockholm, Sweden
Prints and book
Giclée prints, photogravure prints
Asil, Portrait Studies of the Purebred Arabian, Medina Publisihing, 2012. Hardback, 32 colour plates.